Towards openness Experiences from a university library

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Prezentacja dr Ignasiego Labastida i Juan, zaprezentowana podczas konferencji "Otwarta nauka w Polsce", zorganizowanej 5 maja 2009 roku przez ICM UW.

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Towards openness Experiences from a university library

  1. 1. Towards openness Experiences from a university library Ignasi Labastida Office for dissemination of knowledge Universitat de Barcelona
  2. 2. ¿Towards openness?
  3. 6. Barriers to access
  4. 7. Economic barriers
  5. 8. Legal barriers
  6. 10. Beginning
  7. 11. 2003
  8. 12. Unit for teaching innovation
  9. 13. How can we share educational resources?
  10. 14. Legal tool
  11. 15. Crediting our faculty
  12. 16. A free license
  13. 17. Which one?
  14. 19. Follow
  15. 25. But that was just an initiative
  16. 26. A few documents in a non searchable list
  17. 27. Lack of support
  18. 28. Institutional support
  19. 29. Then...
  20. 30. Boom of the repositories
  21. 32. In Catalonia we started with a consortium
  22. 34. Grey literature under CC
  23. 35. Why only BY-NC-ND?
  24. 36. Fear about copies
  25. 37. Fear about money
  26. 38. But we had already a repository
  27. 40. Without the chance of using a CC license
  28. 41. Fear about the unknown
  29. 42. Openness
  30. 43. With doubts and fears
  31. 44. Uncertainty
  32. 45. Should it be legal?
  33. 47. 2006
  34. 48. Office for dissemination of knowledge
  35. 50. Library
  36. 51. Build our own repository
  37. 52. And work towards openness
  38. 54. Starting with the previous educational resources
  39. 55. All under CC licenses
  40. 56. And educating the faculty
  41. 57. About rights
  42. 58. About openness
  43. 60. Information
  44. 61. Security
  45. 62. Help
  46. 63. And now we have institutional contents
  47. 64. And now we have students' works
  48. 65. And now we have Research
  49. 66. Following the Open Access movement
  50. 67. Self-archiving as much as we can
  51. 68. Combining repository and research information systems
  52. 69. We work within the university
  53. 70. And outside
  54. 71. Now thesis can be uploaded with any license
  55. 72. Universities work together
  56. 74. But there is a lot to do
  57. 76. Which university do we want?
  58. 77. Why should we share our knowledge?
  59. 78. Why for free?
  60. 79. What about plagiarism?
  61. 80. What about copyright?
  62. 81. What can I take from others?
  63. 82. What can others take from me?
  64. 83. Sharing educates people
  65. 84. Respecting others' rights
  66. 85. As we want ours respected
  67. 86. We need policies
  68. 87. open policies
  69. 88. To show the world who we are
  70. 89. and what we do
  71. 91. To show the world we want to share
  72. 92. It is possible
  73. 93. Let's work together towards openness
  74. 94. http://flickr.com/photos/jmarty/128010935/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/29968788@N00/1697633779/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/dahlstroms/3486291471/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/el_mariachi94/2869453426/ http://pzwart.wdka.hro.nl/mdr/research/lliang/mdr/mdr_images/opencontent.jpg http://www.flickr.com/photos/timtom/3473479183/ http://flickr.com/photos/framesofmind/536212495/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/2354116406/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/clanbrunet/3468727465/ Pictures Credits
  75. 95. © 2009, Ignasi Labastida Some rights reserved

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